As a designer, writer, and entrepreneur, I’m obsessed with anything that is luxury, unique, or glamorous! I have a keen eye for style and love sharing all my ideas, muses, and projects with the rest of the design world! I love to travel along with Sophie, my mini Schnauzer whom I take on all my great adventures.
Most Glamorous Photo of the Month:
Find LED Bulbs and Interior Decorating Products on DHgate.com
Tag Archives: do it yourself
This year weddings have taken on a whole new look – hotel banquets have been replaced with rustic locations, cupcake towers have exchanged traditional wedding cakes, and even brides have swapped their white gowns for vibrant hues every color of the rainbow. The right choice of décor has also taken a huge leap with creative and exciting finishing touches that can make or break the success of wedding. Weddings are wonderful events that should be remembered, so make your big day stand out from the rest with the newest wedding trends of 2013. Take a look:
Greet your guests in a fall spirit with these colorful door arrangements. I find this project a cute way to start off the exciting fall season and it’s a super budget friendly DIY anyone can do. Most of the items you can find around your home like soup cans, ribbons, styrofoam and faux flowers.
What you need:
- Two clean large soup cans
- Assorted sizes of ribbons
- Four buttons
- Silk fall flowers
- One block of Styrofoam
- Hot glue gun
- Hot glue the assorted ribbons around, center, top, and bottom of can.
- Cut out a piece of Styrofoam and place it into the can
- Insert a small silk floral bush into Styrofoam.
- Cut two long lengths of wide ribbon. 44″ and 28″. You will use this ribbon to hang the cans from the door knob.
- Hot glue one end of the 44″ ribbon to the can 1″ from the top edge. Glue the opposite end of the ribbon to the opposite side of the can 1″ from the top edge.
- Repeat step 5 using 28″ ribbon on the second can and… voila!
Make way for the perfect addition to your home: a funky union jack dresser which is totally DIY-able! This weekend hit Craigslist or the flea market in search for a solid wood antique dresser (I’ve seen some go for less than $20) and transform it into your coolest piece of furniture ever! Keep reading for full instructions!